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WPAC WPAC to host pellet AGM and
Conference in Quebec City

The Wood Pellet Association of Canada AGM and Conference is slated for November 27 and 28 in beautiful old Quebec City. It includes a tour, networking evening, conference, and supplier showcase.
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Bio-oil Researchers studying new bio-oil gasifier
Researchers at Iowa State University are looking at using heat to break up cellulosic biomass (wood chips) instead of corn grain to produce biofuel.
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Iogen selected by Brazilian cellulosic ethanol plant
Canadian cellulosic ethanol developer Iogen Corporation has announced its selection by Brazilian sugarcane ethanol giant Raízen Group as the core technology for a commercial scale cellulosic ethanol production facility, and committed an initial investment to develop a commercial cellulosic ethanol plant in Brazil.
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Household use of wood fuel rises in U.S.
According to the U.S Energy Information Administration’s October Short-Term Energy and Winter Fuels Outlook, household use of wood fuel for heating has increased over the last decade.
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bandit Bandit introduces new stump grinder
Bandit Industries has announced the new Model 2550XP self-propelled stump grinder, available with up to 44 horsepower.
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